Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to finish an incorporated standard working strategy (SOP) for COVID control to guarantee better coordination among states, an authority discharge expressed on Tuesday.
In a letter kept in touch with the Prime Minister, Gehlot said coordination is absent among states in regards to various systems for COVID control, between state issues, for example, required COVID-19 test for movement, lockdown, night check-in time, and working of instructive organizations, because of which there are disarray and dread among general society.
There is a requirement for an incorporated SOP to conquer this, he added.
Gehlot said there has been a “phenomenal” expansion in the quantity of COVID-19 cases in practically every one of the conditions of the nation including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Punjab, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan over the most recent one month. The COVID control should be made more compelling, he said.
In any case, in a critical turn of events, India has outperformed the United States to turn into the quickest immunizing country on the planet with a normal day-by-day pace of 30,93,861 immunization portions, said the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Wednesday.
As per the service, the aggregate number of COVID-19 vaccine dosages managed in the nation has crossed 8.70 crores today with over 33 lakh immunization portions were regulated just now.
As on day 81 of the immunization drive on April 6, a sum of 33,37,601 antibody portions was given. Out of which, 30,08,087 recipients were immunized across 41,396 meetings for the first portion and 3,29,514 recipients got the second portion of the antibody.